The Humber LEP’s Business Growth Hub has been allocated almost £850,000 of new funding to help support the economic recovery of businesses in the Humber.
This funding forms part of the Humber LEP’s updated Coronavirus delivery plan – which sets out how the LEP will prioritise existing resources to work with our partners to help the Humber’s businesses and people through the next phase of the COVID-19 economic impact.
Split across three new support services, the funding will help businesses in the
Humber Businesses who were in a position to ‘scale up’ before the coronavirus hit could become more resilient, access new markets, and set new targets for their businesses with the support of the Scale-Up Business Development Programme.
The first cohort on the Scale-Up programme
The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) Business Growth Hub’s Scale Up programme has supported several cohorts of Humber businesses who needed support to grow their operations since launching in October 2019.
The Scale-Up Business Development Programme had
There’s never been a better time to be a small business in the Humber Region.
With the launch of the Humber Business Growth Hub’s #GrowMySME programme, finding the right advice, support and funding for start-ups and small to medium businesses ready to grow is now as easy as dialling a number.
Words by Jo Smedley, Small Business Champion for the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)
This November saw the launch of the Humber LEP’s Growth Hub #GrowMySME programme; a new initiative seeking to
During week commencing the 5th November the Humber Business Growth Hub successfully delivered a series of launch events for growing SMEs across the region, and businesses were invited to learn more about how to access more than £6million of business support funded from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
With events in Hull, Brigg, Grimsby, Driffield and South Cave, SMEs from across the Humber region were able to meet with representatives of the Growth Hub, including its business advisors and partners,
Hull City Council is looking for high quality Community Led Local Development (CLLD) projects that support unemployed and economically inactive participants and enterprise development in 4 Hub Areas of Hull.
The Hull CLLD programme has received £4.79million of European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and European Social Fund (ESF) funding through the Humber ESIF Programme.
Hull City Council initially developed a CLLD Strategy using funding from the ESIF programme. This stage of the programme is focused on seeking projects that will directly support
Calls for project’s promoting climate change adaptation, risk prevention and management in the Humber have been published on the gov.uk website.
A morning event will be held on Tuesday 20th March at Market Weighton Business Centre, to provide attendees with details of current opportunities for applying for ERDF funding in the Humber and YNYER LEP areas.
Please use the eventbrite link below for more details and to book a place.
ERDF Calls Launch and Application Workshop
Registration from 9 am, workshop to start at